Safari is a very convenient internet browser for iOS users, but there are a lot issues you may meet when surfing the internet with Safari that it would sometimes frozen or crash, especially after users update their iPhone/iPad/iPod to iOS 11 public beta. In order to fix Safari crashing issue in iOS 11, here we prepared 5 solutions to help your out of trouble.
A restart operation is always helped in many iOS issues, you can first press the Power button of your iPhone/iPad/iPod, when "slide to power off" appear, swipe to turn your iOS device off. Then press Power button again to restart it.
After restart the device, you can open your Safari again to check whether it is workable or not.
After a long time of using Safari, a lot of junk files and temp files would contain in your iPhone. Data like caches, history, cookies and logs would influence the working experience of Safari and lead to Safari crash and stuck.
Go to: Settings >> Safari, slide down and find "Clear History and Website Data".
Confirm your choice and get these caches and history data cleared to let Safari back to normal.
When users open too many Safari tabs, you will surely feel that the speed of Safari is slow and even crashes. If possible, you can choose to close those tabs which are unused.
Tap the icon on the lower right corner, and you will see the interface below, you can tap "X" or swipe to close the useless taps.
A process through enter/exit recovery mode can help to fix kinds of iOS issues, if there is exact problem with Safari that cause the crash, you then can use a free tool, Tenorshare Reiboot to fix the problem. This software can help to fix various iOS issues in only one-click.
Launch the program and connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod with computer, and you will see there are three options on the main page. Click "Enter Recovery Mode", and wait for iTunes and USB icons appear on your iPhone screen.
When the second option "Exit Recovery Mode" is highlight, click it and your iOS device will automatically restart in seconds. Then you can try to use Safari again to check.
Except for basically repair settings and data of Safari, if you still troubled by Safari crash in iOS 11, then you might consider whether the operating system of your iPhone/iPad/iPod goes wrong or not. If so, we suggest you to try to get the problematic operating system repaired by using Tenorshare Reiboot too, it can help to fix all kinds of iOS issues without any data loss.
From the main menu of Tenorshare Reiboot, you are required to choose "Fix All iOS Issues", the program will detect the condition of the iOS device and you may see the interface below.
No matter your iOS device performs well or not, you are able to get it repaired and give it a better performance. Just follow the steps Tenorshare Reiboot give to you, download/import firmware and start repair.
Besides, before iOS official version released, you can also consider to downgrade your iOS system to fix kinds of problem which you meet after update your iOS device to iOS 11, for detail, you can refer to: How to Downgrade from iOS 11 Beta 2 to iOS 10.3.2
That's all about how to fix Safari crash issue after iOS 11 update, if you meet with this problem in other version of iOS system, you can also try the solutions in this article for help.comments powered by Disqus